Yearbook of International Environmental Law: Volume 9, 1998 by Jutta BrunneeYearbook of International Environmental Law: Volume 9, 1998 by Jutta Brunnee

Yearbook of International Environmental Law: Volume 9, 1998

EditorJutta Brunnee, Ellen Hey

Hardcover | December 15, 1999

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Established in 1990, the Yearbook of International Environmental Law has fast established itself as a vital source of information and analysis in an increasingly important legal field. The contributors for this volume are drawn from experts across the world who, together with the expert teamof editors, have created the best source of information on world-wide events in this field. The article section contains top-quality essays on topical subjects; the year-in-review section offers a round-up of legal developments in every part of the world.
Jutta Brunnee is Professor of Law at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver BC, Canada. Ellen Hey is Professor of Law and Deputy Director, GLODIS Institute, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Title:Yearbook of International Environmental Law: Volume 9, 1998Format:HardcoverPublished:December 15, 1999Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198298633

ISBN - 13:9780198298632


Table of Contents

From the Editors-in-ChiefSubmission of ArticlesList of ContributorsPart 1: Articles-Symposium: The United States -- Import Prohibition of Certain Shrimp and Shrimp Products CaseIntroductionJeffery Atik: Duncan Brack: The Shrimp-Turtle Case: Implications for the Multilateral Environmental Agreement--World Trade Organization DebateJeffrey L. Dunoff: Border Patrol at the World Trade OrganizationHoward Mann: Of Revolution and Results: Trade Law and Environmental Law in the Afterglow of the Shrimp-Turtle CaseThomas J. Schoenbaum: The Decision on the Shrimp-Turtle CaseDavid A. Wirth: Some Reflections on Turtles, Tuna, Dolphin, and ShrimpJacob Werksman: Compliance and the Kyoto Protocol: Building a Backbone into a Flexible RegimePart 2: The Year in ReviewTable of ReportsI. General DevelopmentsII. Air and AtmosphereIII. Fresh WaterIV. OceansV. EnergyVI. Hazardous Substances and Waste, Other Than NuclearVII. International Commons/Areas Beyond National JurisdictionVIII. Natural Resource Management and ConservationIX. International Economy and the EnvironmentX. Country/Region ReportsXI. Reports from International Courts and TribunalsXII. Reports from International Organizations and BodiesPart 3: Literature ReviewBen Boer, Ross Ramsay, and Donald Rothwell: International Environmental Law in the Asis PacificAlexander GillespieN. Schrijver, Sovereignty over Natural Resources, Balancing Rights and DutiesAlexandre KissP. Taylor, An Ecological Approach to International LawAlexandre KissGerald Blake, Chia Lin Sien, Carl Grundy-Warr, Martin Pratt, and Clive Schofield (eds.),International Boundaries and Environmental Security: Frameworks for Regional Co-operationDavid M. OngP. Wouters (ed.), International Water Law: Selected Writings of Professor Charles B. BourneAtilla TanziO.K. Fauchald, Environmental Taxes and Trade DiscriminationJochem WiersBibliographyPart 4: DocumentsList of Selected DocumentsIndex